Office of Academic Outreach

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Welcome from
Cheryl A. Maurana, PhD

The Medical College of Wisconsin is committed to developing and enhancing inter-institutional collaborations that advance the MCW’s education, research, clinical care and community engagement missions. Inter-institutional collaborations provide MCW with the opportunity to meet the needs that no one institution can meet alone and have the advantages of increased opportunity, leveraging of strengths and enhanced efficiencies.


Cheryl A. Maurana, PhD
Vice President for Academic Outreach
Director of Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment
Professor of Population Health

Inter-Institutional Partners

Inter-institutional collaboration advances MCW’s mission to further education, research, clinical care and community engagement.


Strength through Collaboration

Learn more about the Medical College of Wisconsin's commitment to collaboration with the following video:


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Programs and Initiatives

Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin

The Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin (AHW) endowment is dedicated to improving the health of the people in Wisconsin through community-MCW academic partnerships, research that addresses the leading causes of death and disability, and innovative educational programs.

Consortium for Health Care Economics and Innovation (CHEI)

A collaboration of more than five academic and health institutions, the Consortium aims to advance health care economics and innovation in southeastern Wisconsin.

Community Medical Education Program (CMEP) - Green Bay and Central Wisconsin

The Medical College of Wisconsin's vision is to develop a community medical education program that both addresses the need for providers in underserved communities across Wisconsin and employs an immersive teaching model that will reduce student debt and allow students quicker entry practice. Currently, there are site locations in Green Bay and Central Wisconsin.
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